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"west siders" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Was the place to be walking happened to have the best Natural harbor on the western shore of Lake Michigan that includes Chicago historian and author John Girder tells me there were three main players during the pre Milwaukee era. Three businessmen who laid claim to three separate regions. Here. You'll recognize the name Solomon, Juno, Byron Kilborn and George Walker Walker on the south side of town. The water's point. Then you have these two heavyweights squared off firing Children on the West Side and Solomon's, You know, on the East side. None of these guys really liked each other, and it was obvious. Sure sign of that. They laid out their street system independently. There was no attempt Make them line up. That's why all the streets are funny in Milwaukee, and don't make sense. That's why the bridges downtown are all angles, so that explains it. Yep. Divisions were strong and heated. But it was this tense rivalry actually that led to the creation of Milwaukee. Here's what happened. The East Siders in Juneau town built the bridge over the Milwaukee River. It was easier and more convenient than taking a ferry over the river all the time. Well, those West siders and Kilborn town didn't like this bridge very much. 18 45. The West Siders wet their end of the General Avenue Bridge and used after the hatchet, then chopped off reports and collapsed in the middle of the river. So the East siders wake up in the morning and find out that they've been kind of landlocked. They can't cross the bridge anymore. So they retaliated by cutting off the West side. But you said the South so for a while no one could get anywhere in Milwaukee. The bridge war was Han. It was intense, their report Perhaps the possible about cannons being trained on Byron Kilborn Child. They were not just infiltrated. They came to blows. There's some violence. Blood was shed. People were hurt, but miraculously, bridge war.
"west siders" Discussed on WTVN
"7100 new cases with 78 new deaths both numbers below the three week average. Also below that average is the number of hospitalizations reported in the past day 241 and more encouraging news. I see you. Admissions are well above the average at 17, Ohioans, 80 and older can start getting the Corona virus vaccine starting next Tuesday and then on January 25th people 75 older are next in line, followed by 70 and older February 1st. And 65 older February 8th other Ohioans with medical disorders, and educators are eligible to receive vaccines as well in early February. To E. M s workers in Cleveland, injured after three teens rob them at gunpoint near the 4600 block of Stickney Avenue. Those E M s workers had been warming up their cars came outside to find the suspects inside one of the cars. That's when a fight broke out. Two of the teens arrested and one On the loose and officer involved shooting in Kent this morning in the 1500 block of East Summit Street near Loop Road. Not many details released yet, but nobody Was killed A man wanted for murder and rape in Toledo 21 years ago under arrest in Hammond, Indiana, 54 year old Kenneth Marshall's DNI match samples taken from the crime scene back in 2000 in the 2400 block of Robin would police say the victim Hashanah. Logan had been raped and strangled. The remains of two people encased in concrete, and Columbus could be that of two missing people. 49 year old Henry, Clay Watson and 46 year old Carolyn Pennington. To West Siders have been missing since August of 2018. I'm Averies filling your newsfeed with the top trending.
"west siders" Discussed on WTVN
"Ohioans, 80 and older can start getting the Corona virus vaccine starting next Tuesday and then on January 25th people 75 older are next in line, followed by 70 and older February 1st. And 65 older February 8th other Ohioans with medical disorders, and educators are eligible to receive vaccines as well in early February. To E. M s workers in Cleveland, injured after three teens rob them at gunpoint near the 4600 block of Stickney Avenue. Those E M s workers have been warming up their cars came outside to find the suspects inside one of the cars. That's when a fight broke out. Two of the teens arrested and one On the loose. An officer involved shooting in Kent this morning in the 1500 block of East Summit Street near Loop Road. Not many details released yet, but nobody Was killed A man wanted for murder and rape in Toledo 21 years ago under arrest in Hammond, Indiana, 54 year old Kenneth Marshall's DNI match samples taken from the crime scene back in 2000 in the 2400 block of Robin would police say the victim Hashanah. Logan had been raped and strangled. The remains of two people in case in concrete in Columbus could be that of two missing people. 49 year old Henry, Clay Watson and 46 year old Carolyn Pennington. To West Siders have been missing since August of 2018. I'm Averies. Keeping you up today to a trending news stories at the top and bottom of every hour. Columbus is news is on news radio 6 10 W TV End it. Hindsight is 2020 2020 was a.
"west siders" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Back in tonight with a slight chance of a rain or snow mixture Low overnight 32 Cloudy tomorrow with a high of 41 decreases 34 degrees right now, if she heard Chuck's saying traffic, Riverside Drive is shut down, so you can expect a lot more traffic on Columbia Parkway, the smaller commuters. We're gonna have to use that to get into downtown because of the closure on Riverside Drive. It's expected to be shut down as you heard. Several weeks, crews will start to work to repair the damage. Today, West Siders have to deal with road closures starting today, as well. Work is going to begin on installation of a new sewer line along Muddy Creek Road between Devil's Backbone and Ebeneezer. That projects expected to take until September 2 complete changing of the guard at the Hamilton County Justice Center. In charge now. Charmaine McGavick, the new sheriff, elected in November, replaces Jim Neil's will take her oath of office later this morning. We'll have that covered for you. So haggling over election results from November in the race for president. President Trump trying to pressure Georgia into finding more votes for him. President Donald Trump is heard pressuring Georgia's Republican secretary of state Brad Ruffins Burger to find votes to change the results of the election by just one of fine Uh, 11,780 Well. The recording was first obtained by The Washington Post and then in full by ABC News. You want to have an accurate election and your Republican, We believe what we do have an active election. Georgia's valets have already been counted three times President elect Joe Biden, the winner. Angles. Losers to say finished 2020 2021 season yesterday single have all the details on that coming right up in sports temperatures to stay in the forties this week. Don't feel much like January Forecasters next seven w W News time 5 34. Hey, it's your home and I need to ask you a few favors in the kitchen. There's a spider.
"west siders" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Be reimbursed for any costs associated with the address changes. Katie our news time is 807. And it looks like West Siders have had the worst of the commute this morning with sketches of ride times with detour. Dan, who's in the Valley Chevy Dealers? Traffic center, You know, they finished second in the two of you to side race there. The Eastside wins, but you know if you're going to finish second, this is the way to finish second. It's all light flowing, and it's usually only a couple of extra minutes. They're losing by, but that's hitting you. Unlike three different freeways, the east of 101 light delays from Seventh Avenue to 16th Street an extra three minutes south. Down on the 17th. You're getting an extra couple minutes approaching the Central Avenue Construction and I 10 eastbound some leftover light to moderate, slow and go 51st Avenue into seventh Street to the deck, Dark, dark tunnel. And that, too is making it a 17 minute ride from the 101 into the 51. I've got some Rex Do 51st Avenue on Bell Road, 162nd Avenue and Bell Road And also we've gotta crash in the clearing stages. Westbound I 10 west of the 303. This traffic report brought to you by Your valley Chevy dealers. When the roads are open and dependability matters, strength matters. Comfort matters room for all matters. Hit the open road in a new Chevrolet. See your Valley Chevy dealers today. Hurry in the Chapman Chevrolet in Tempe. Good day to stay inside and excessive heat warning begins at 10 this morning. There's also an ozone high pollution advisory sending at 109.
"west siders" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"York City wants money from the federal government. From Donald Trump. You know, Donald Trump is a businessman, you know, is the most not the most popular guy in New York. But he's a businessman says Okay, if I give you a billion dollars or 10 billion of five biggest Run the empty a shore up the overtime in the city of New York. Are you going to keep those citizens safe? And what is the answer? Maybe we need a federal monitor monitor how the money is spent. And what happens. We got money and you give it to the police department, But they're over time keeper sent straight safe. What You still got to get those people off the street and you got it. Wait a minute and put him in right now is to get otherwise. The people of citizens of City in New York The West Siders are moving out, moving out and They're not going to come back, John, you and I were here during 9 11. It was a tough time, but I believe it is fair to say this is tougher. Would you measure John? This is hard. Yes. Much worse, 9 11. After a few weeks, we realized it was a tragedy. It was wrong, and we're never gonna forget, but we knew it was over. It was our turn to get even right now. Those criminals are still in there on your streets, getting even with our sentences. The politicians have handcuffed, handcuff the police instead of has any toughing the criminals. The police deputy Police Commissioner reported that they arrested a man in a BMW with $10,000 of marijuana on the West side, John. That means that the major criminal rackets have targeted the Westside for their business. It means the people there are not safe. Well, you think W goes to jail. No matter what crime they commit. They're out before they're policemen. They're even, you know, do their paperwork. They're out. If they get arrested Dina class in the morning. They're up by noon time to commit another crime. John Catsimatidis is the host of Cats round table. There's a podcast and I've listened to it from the broadcast today, which is simulcast on Salem Network as well as W. ABC this station, it is repeated again. Both stations on the podcast. And on Sunday morning at WNBC Cats Round table at 8 30 to 10 o'clock in the morning. I'm John Bachelor. This is the John bats Russia. Balance of nature.
"west siders" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Their demands are destruction of America and destruction of Western civilization. Those are the demands And they have harnessed a bunch of white punks that are ashamed of being white that are ashamed of their parents that have been completely destroyed. Their brains have been destroyed in public school. And they've been so destroyed that what I just said would sound like some white supremacist argument to them. It's not that I'm close. I'm arguing for people being all pink on the inside and putting this down. Let people know what I'm talking about, too. Anybody with a brain knows what I'm talking about. There's no other way to do this. No other way to do this. These people need to be crushed. The enemy in the street needs to be vanquished, crushed put down and they need to know in no uncertain terms that you cannot get away with this. Just take New York City alone. Have you seen that drive through where they go through New York, and they do the video footage. It's not coming back, in fact, was the story I wanted to get to this earlier. I didn't get to it, Um, fleet of moving trucks CNN Manhattan's Upper West Side, That's ah, Jerry Seinfeld's neighborhood. That's where what's their name there? Sir Jessica Parker parkas. Sarah Jessica. Whatever. Her name is that, Conover Those three words three name names. I have a hard time anywhere. They all live up there. Mass evacuation in full effect. A string of moving trucks was spotted Manhattan's Upper West Side on Saturday, according to Guardian Angels founder Curtis Lee. Well The mass evacuation of Upper West Siders of New York is in full effect or getting out. They will blame the city's decision to house hundreds of homeless people in the neighborhood hotels for the exodus. You know about that right again? This is New York. This is specific to New York, formally the center of the universe, now the center of Insanity. I think they've taken five star hotels. They put homeless in there that they're giving them drugs to pacify them, and they're giving them alcohol, and they're giving him five star rooms. And what's happening? Well, people have been shot. People start fires and rooms cooking things in a row. It's it's insanity chapter in San Francisco, so people are getting out of the neighborhood movie with that..
"west siders" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"It's overwhelming. Now, Manager reveals news to be your hand, Jake. Oh, no. Those New Yorkers are leaving the city and common here. They are coming here here. What would a New York or want here? You're a job. Look at this application from its Upper West Sider. It's says she's an expert in Porta Bellows travels Craft beer in Percocet and Tramadol. Which is called Per cassette light are those years West Siders in the barn. It can't end well. That's next time. I haven't seen any big drops and rent is that my imagination? There haven't been any big drops and rent. I love it on the Lower East side. When they got an apartment. Put a new sheet rock. Take a one bedroom divided in half. Now, you have a five by eight cell. They call it a two bedroom. I mean, what's that? Owen? It's 3200 month. Doesn't sound like a great bargain to me. Not a great bargain to me. So we have fun on this show. I think we can talk about other things. I think that's the lesson, but I'm serious. I don't see any reason why these people who said one or two dumb things Have to blow a 30 or 40 year career for being stupid for two words. Where is forgiveness? These people have begged for forgiveness. The guy with the Kansas City Royals, the Cincinnati Reds, the radio station in Cleveland, They have begged for forgiveness practically on their knees. Where's the Christian part of this? Where they can be forgiven. How did why doesn't that equate? Instead? No, they're going to be fired right now. This is never that's all. It's always the same life. We don't talk. We have zero tolerance for this kind of thinking. Zero tolerance. We won't tolerate it. When you're me. And you're talking about these subjects. There's always the risk that someone will think I think what they said is okay. I don't think what they said is okay. I just don't think it's worth firing them over. That's a lot of experience. Success. You're thrown out the door coming up in just seconds. A retired New York City police detective Vic Ferrari, with a fantastic Top story. This is 77 w A B. C. Long Island's news and talk station is 1071 and 77 Nature made is the number one pharmacist recommended brand of vitamins and supplements, and we're here to help you stay strong.
"west siders" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Already, Urban exiles are fueling a suburban housing boom across the U S. Now I have read two opposing stories. One says not true. And the other one, according to Bloomberg says, Yeah, people are leaving. They are heading to the suburbs, and then I've done another not fleeing. But people are leaving for the greener pastures of the suburbs. For a number of reasons. I would assume according to this article there, leaving because they are They would like the space and not want to be tied in with covert 19. They're also seeing how urban services are not living up to expectations, so they'd rather go to the suburbs. This article examines what What case is Tom? Well, so they primarily zero in on the inland empire, which is everything around l A. But you know, to the east of L, a, the less fancier places and that's that's their suburban example. They also cite places on the East Coast as well. But what they what's interesting about this is that there is, they said, there's an absolute Fleeing of the urban areas, But they primarily say it's because of Cove it on then the question is because of Cove it if you want to get out, you don't want to be in, you know, in the same apartment building with 7000 other people, If you think people are going to be the problem, people are now seeing the value of living out of having more space and being outside. But the Bloomberg article actually is focused on the guy who is selling all this property says. I don't know, he says. This feels inflated to me that this the demand is not true, because if Covad finally goes away, you know we finally get a vaccine, he says. I think this is going to collapse much like you know, it did a decade ago that it's a false No need. Unless people are convinced that hey, I can live 45 miles outside of town, and if I can live, and I can work remotely, and I don't have to commute. This is not a bad deal. We still don't know that it's so much like Sally was saying. We don't know the impact of that. But right now there's a huge flush. In fact, they mentioned something like in AA New York City in Boston. The lay. They went up like the prices in Ella might have gone up like 1%, But the price is outside of L, A and outside of Boston. They went up like 5% tempers in one place, even 45% so that that's the new nirvana. But the question is, Is it a permanent or transitory nirvana? I had talked to some friends of my neighbors there and clear him over the weekend now, and there's an interesting sort of thing. If you come, they call you West Siders or Westies. Have you come from the West Side? Go to Eastern Washington tickly element rosin and all the way out into there. Then it's important that you leave all of your Westside attitudes back on the West side, And here's a perfect example of somebody, not the guy walks down the street. He's from here in the West Side, he's over and Cleland he's building a big house. He goes over to his neighbour and his neighbour has born been born and raised in Cleland. He's 50 some years old. He's a general contractor, and he lives in a no fairly modest little house there, including the new guy walks over to him and says, Excuse me, but my wife and I are offended by your elk horns that you have hanging above your driveway. Would you mind taking them down? That is so cartoonish. I have a hard time actually believing that's true. But that is yes. Okay. I've got. I just want him to know. I want your neighbors to know that not all Westies are like that. Why did that happen? Why does that happen? I'll tell you why. That happens when I heard that story. I was, Well, you, Tom incredulous. I said, there's no way and then she goes. No, no herd. It herd it from The man who lives there. And she said, knowing the other guy, I wouldn't put it past him. And that is an attitude that you simply can't have. If you're going to leave one area realize you're coming into another area that has a different sort of culture than what you had before. You want to replicate that, and you won't make yourself any friends. Guessing. Somebody take their l corns down now, I I'd be curious. Why did the guy moved to clearly Elem if he doesn't like elk horns, he wants to have his.
"west siders" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Safe in my neighborhood anymore. In many New York City neighborhoods. These are not uncommon sites, but on the Upper West Side, it's the kind of stuff that you sort of imagines in New York in the seventies in the early eighties, that all of a sudden it's very president very in your face. That's 42 year old Abigail Boy. I think there's a real risk post pandemic that for the young families that Stuck around and trying to make it work in the city instead of fleeing to the suburbs that this could drive. A lot of young families like us out of the neighborhood for good on online petition with more than 3000 signatures and growing is demanding homeless residents be removed from hotels in the neighborhood. Parents Association at P. S. 87 asked its members to write elected officials and reporters demanding the same. Some shelter residents, like 55 year old Louis Pistorius say they know they're not welcome since he got to the Upper West Side in late July. Pastorius says strangers have been stopping him in the street, asking him what he's doing there. Why do you look at me like that? Because We are homeless we can and get on out to get our old place way have no choice, familiar centers. You, he says, used to install fiber optic cables before he was hit by a car. Now he uses a walker to get around and says he can't work. He's been in a shelter system for three years. They saying black lives matter, but they don't want black lives in this area. Many residents I spoke with said race had nothing to do with their opposition to the shelters. Several said they were sympathetic to calls to address systemic racism. And some say they even marched in recent black lives matter Protests, But Amanda Falk await social worker whose husband and son are black says Race has everything to do with it, she says. She finds the language he's seen being used in the Facebook group disturbing calling the residents creatures criminals inmate which is very fascinating one to me because it's not a crime to be homeless. Chatter about the neighbourhood changing has spilled over from online forums onto the street. The Lucerne on West 79th Street is the latest hotel to begin housing homeless folks with some 300 residents. Across the street from the century Old hotel, 69 year old Barbara Rock more sees my microphone and wants to talk. They're more than homeless. They're menaces to society is what they are. She and others who are advocating for the shelters removal say they would welcome homeless women and Children. It's the drug users and sex offenders living there. They don't want around. While we're talking were interrupted by a 25 year old named Klodian, who won't give his last name. He says Rock Moore's wrong The men should be allowed to stay quite frankly. Where else would they go? Start to argue Upper West Siders claim that they're so liberal that they want to help everybody, But then once it's in their own backyard, they say, get them out of here, and that's ludicrous. One of them tried to break the glass doors of my bill. You want to have a second man passing by. Here's their conversation. He asks if he can say something. 28 years old. I'm in there. I just don't got no,.
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"west siders" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"For west siders Westwood northern boulevard shutdown between Beekman and Sutter for the next couple of days. Cincinnati police say it's because of a landslide all lanes. Both directions are closed. Two people rescued from a fire at a two family home in the two hundred block of Dorchester avenue in Clifton this morning. They were taken to the hospital for smoke inhalation R and B singer R Kelly is free from Chicago jailed tonight after paying more than one hundred sixty thousand dollars in back child. Support an actor on the TV show empire. Now facing possible prison time is attorney says he's outraged in his still claiming that Jesse small. It is the victim actor jussie smollet firing back his legal team digging in claiming he's innocent of the sixteen felony counts. He's been charged with right? Defy you to find one commentator who hasn't been caught up in this kind of this media lynching the charges that smell lead faked the racist and homophobic attack that included tying a noose around his neck could land him series prison time ABC's Zachary quiche reporting. Remember, turn the clocks ahead an hour before you go to bed tonight for daylights. Saving time. College basketball Xavier a winner over Saint John's at the Centaur center tonight Eighty-one sixty eight next for Xavier is the conference tournament. Virginia a winner over Louisville UK beat Florida Houston is at UC tomorrow pre-game show at eleven o'clock tip off at noon reds baseball is next. Our next update is after the game. Matt REEs, News Radio seven hundred w l w..
"west siders" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Two five nine hundred eighty nine hundred twenty one people want to be mayor of tocado SOS. That's what I call. It Representative Leshan for from the word is here in studio to share with us what his platform is and give everybody an opportunity to kind of get to know him. I did stack the deck little bit in studio. I have my mom my sister, and my friend cherry, and we all have something come are west siders. My mom didn't go to Catholic school, but she paid enough Catholic school tuition. So she gets to be included in this group, all Catholic no black Catholics from the west side of former black Catholics, whatever. So this is a great opportunity. So really just talk about what we need in Chicago. And again, I joke a lot about whenever they talk about the south and west sides is being the areas. Hardest hit by whatever. But I'm just kind of jealous. Has they have do they have Mariano is a whole foods and and a Starbucks in the west side. We've just we're not getting any loveless John Ford. Welcome to the Stephanie trussell show. Thank you Stephanie. And it's so great to be here and be here with your family, and your friend, childhood friend. Yeah. Since we're we're going to work on you. Still not fair. I could your cameraman get him on Mike, and maybe you'd be fair five against one. Now what grade school? Did you go to I went to Our Lady help of Christians that's on Chicago avenue and Leamington? H O C and what high school, and I went to Weber. Okay. Lehohla Indiana was going to be a priest idea one year in the seminary. That's all it to Catholic. Moved on to Loyola graduate from that's all it took was one year. And that's when they weed out who really wants to be in who doesn't. So that was enough for you. Loyola very good. So you've got the pedigree, and how long have you been a Representative twelve years representing the Allston community. Park Bruin LaGrange park, north riverside parts of western springs. Parts of Brookefield. Wow. I could imagine if I were elected official and trust me. Nobody worry. I'm not going to run. I would need flash cards to remember all the the areas that I cover and you did such a great job of listing them. Well, first of all as I said twenty one people, and I know this number may not be accurate. Maybe a couple of people. Their signatures have been challengers hasn't been been challenged. Wilson has challenge competitions. So that's fine. We are ready for that. You probably saw it coming, but we turned in forty thousand plus signatures. And you know, you never gonna have one hundred percent accuracy. We're gonna make sure that we have twelve thousand five that we need to get on the ballot. Very good. So this process, I know you have to then hire an attorney or what? Until everybody. What happens? So you get challenged. And then you how you attorney and their attorney fight your attorney, and you argue, and then you know, is decided through binder checks or through the board elections. So we will see what happens. Our Knicks hearing is on the twenty first of December, and we will determine from that point what the board has decided to do whether they're going to send us to a four binder check where we go line by line over all forty thousand plus signatures, or if they're going to just throw the entire case out for reasons that my Turney found to be grounds to ask for it to be thrown out. This is such a process. It almost seems like a dog and pony show where the lawyers, of course, and everything they're the ones that get rich. They make money. And I think that the process to be married the city Chicago should be. It'd be. A hard process, and I'm not complaining about it. But I'll do my part to defend all the work that the people did to help me get those signatures. And and I think that Willie Wilson is doing what he has to do because he wants to win as long as we play fair. That's all that matters. I hear cherry San play fair. Yes. She's been texting me that all morning car. We hear this play fair. And I have no idea what she means. The question that I want to ask for why do you want to be married Chicago for one the city is beautiful. And I think that the city has so much to offer not only Chicagoans, but the rural and what I know is Chicago is not fair is broken right now city hall, and Chicago politics is corrupted. And so my my hope and my wish is to win and to just tear down corruption that's been in the city government for all these years. And if we could do that, then we could play fair, and then if we played fair in every community, every family will have a real opportunity to have a quality education, and from there, we all have opportunity to have a better quality life. So if children are able to have a quality education, they're going to grow up. They're going to be employable. They're going to do things is going to make them better people. They're going to have great dignity. They're going to be contributors to our economy and not takeaway from our economy and so. That's what we want to do. It's really simple decisions Chicago. She make it easy. Let's make sure we educate people. And if we could do that families will be stronger, right? You know, you hit right on one of my main top three issues, and that's education. But I think the people in the teacher's union at years may perk up because you're talking about having a quality education all of us were privileged. We went to Catholic schools. But unfortunately, people that grew up where I grew up where you grew up, whatever their neighborhoods and offer them, a quality education or neighborhood schools that necessarily if you got lucky, and that means you got to take on the teacher's union. A little bit ahead trying to hold them accountable. Do you believe in elected school boards? I do definitely I believe in elected school boards and voted for that. And in fact, I'm sending a letter to because we passed it in the house of representatives. So I'm sitting in a letter to president colored tan asking him to release the Bill out of their committee. So that it could be voted on in the Senate. So that we can have an elected school board before runner leaves. And before GB takes office. I do know that we will have a better shot at getting an elected school board would runner, and he would probably sign it. I would think. People don't think about the fact that the governor has to sign over Chicago school board because the the state of Illinois determines whether or not the city of Chicago has an elected school board or not, and we're the only school district in the state and pretty much. There's not many school districts in the country that as an appointed school board. Right. And we know what the in the past with the mayor's do they point their friends their biggest donors and the end. So you wanna take the power away from the mayor's office and put it back where it belongs with the parents, and the teachers and the students, and that's again, your ruffling some feathers, and you haven't even one yet, but we need that. And I hear that a lot I listened to all the candidates don't up and down the Dow whether they're on a liberal station or conservative station beginning of you. And I hear that a lot they want change something different. They're not going to be part of the Chicago machine that I'm putting words in your mouth. You know, we talked about the loose of machine, but we know it exists. And can you be independent democrat coming in and say, you know, what I'm not going to be part of the? Madigan the name that we shall not speak. It's like voldemort in the Harry Potter is like we know that he's controlling the strings, and we know that he's investing millions of dollars in these tiny raised the tiniest of races just to make sure they win those positions. And so those are the big things that we're gonna make true change in Chicago. We have to address those were luckily, we have forty five more minutes with representatives. Sean Ford is in studio talking about his platform for Chicago SOS, and what can we do to to make sure that again, I wanna make Chicago home. Again. I remember what it was like growing up on the west side and everyone in this room remembers as well, you can go to the corner store and buy from a mom and pop grocery store or berry at us west siders. We know we know when Madison street used to look like Madison is and Madison then Polaski look like State Street. We had almost every store was amazing and didn't have to get on a bus. I walked four blocks, and I can spend my money that I worked hard at at McDonald's. And that's what I want the Chicago west side to be once again, and I don't. You have to pay the park. What's what's that? Who voted for that these people? And then you gotta pay.
"west siders" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"I was gonna say that Debbie does Dallas. He did where it came. Right. I've seen it where it Jebby Jeb. at the beginning of that movie looked at her friend Stephanie. And so let's go do Dallas. Let's come. Obviously seen it. What did you write Stephanie? I just made. She has a friend named Stephanie. Do you think that's the real origin of it? I mean, I was gonna say that soon as you start the conference. I hear somebody say I'm gonna do Rome. And I'm like, you're going to tell you what you're going to go to if if it is the sa- if it is the origin. It gives a really Rome it gives a really weird twist on Steve's let's do the club sandwich. But it can we just have order like normal people and not order letting me normal people snooty west siders how about this cider. But it sounds so comes up to you and says how we doing today. I don't like their multiple people by yourself when I hear somebody say, let's do lunch. No, we'll Cornell. Let's first of all I don't go to brunch. It's either breakfast. My wife is very anti Brown. I'm again, it's made from a most you must choose. It's new I don't I don't want to beat up west siders got knows. They've got so much working against them. But but I mean, I'll do launch do brunch. Let me ask you a question. I'll do Europe that's kind of my question. No of west side begin. Like, what is the where does that start because it's different for everyone. Right. Right. Because I've been told I live on the west side, which is try in like mid city, basically like PICO in the brea PICO and the brea does that count as a west. But he's asking depends. You ask the west side, but its way west.
"west siders" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"It's on the bingo card that is. So I I know what I wanted to throw out there. This is something weird ole something annoying O as in a restaurant over the last weekend. And I heard somebody say I'm going to do the club sandwich. I'm going to do the club sandwich or I'm going to do Europe. I hate the way people use the word. Do it sounds so snoot I'm gonna do the chicken Caesar salad. No. You're just going to order an olive the chicken Caesar salad. When did we start doing everything? It's so annoying to me. And then the other people the ones I that really get anybody that uses the word Delitzsch. Your word. It's not a long word. You don't see one more. So it's one more syllable do not need to abbreviate delicious. You don't stop three quarters of the way. They're yeah. They've made it. It's two thirds of the you've done two thirds of the work at delicious delicious. Quota? That is d this whole do thing came around ever since Debbie in Dallas. I was gonna say that Debbie does Dallas. He did where it came. Right. I've seen it where it can you think Jebby at the beginning of that movie looked at her friend Stephanie. And so let's go do Dallas. Let's come. Right. Okay. Stephanie. I just made. She has a friend named Stephanie. Do you think that's the real origin of it? I mean, I was gonna say that. And soon as you start at the conference, I hear somebody say, I'm gonna do Rome. And I'm like, you're going to tell you what you're going to go to if if it is the sa- if it is the origin. It gives a really Rome is a really weird twist on Steve's let's do the club sandwich. But it can we just have order like normal people and not order letting me normal people snooty west siders, how about this one. I am a less cider. But it sounds. So when the wave comes up to you and says, how are we doing today? That's okay. I don't like their multiple people by yourself when I hear somebody say, let's do lunch. No, we'll personnel. Let's first of all I don't go to brunch. I it's either breakfast is very anti Brown. Again. It's made from a most you must choose. It's new I don't I don't want to beat up west siders got knows. They've got so much working against them. But but I mean, I'll do launch all do brunch. Let me ask you questions. I'll do Europe. That's kind of my question is the west side begin. Like, what is the where does that start because it's different for everyone. Right, right. Because I've been told I live on the west side, which is try live in like mid city, basically like PICO in the brand PICO on the brea does that count as a west. But he's asking depends where you ask the west side, but its way west.
"west siders" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"John coupon show joined by Thomas pope behind the glass W, I N t integrity radio. And let's see it's December tenth. And I have been. Excited about this since about late August when I first made the reach out. And this thing has it was a cool idea. I had my ideas. But I couldn't get it to where it is. Now without the help of a guy that is just a phenomenon is one of the best resources and just guys that I've met since I've started doing this back here home in Cleveland. So I'm ecstatic to get to know him. But I welcome into the studio Brad Copley from boss pro cart-racing out in Cleveland, as I say that tentatively doing Brad, John. I'm doing great. Thanks so much for having all your welcome bringing up Mike phone, right up to your mind. Don't be scared of her. She won't buy. I should come more often. If get all these accolades. That's why I'm here. But no bread. You know, I knew about your facility, I grew up in Berea as you know. And I've seen that corner for many moon of what it used to be versus what it is now right off the highway if you're going toward seventy one you get off at that first exit going if you have to go towards four eighty west you get off at that first exit there, you just turn right? And it's right there used to be an old car dealership and Santa abandon for ever. Yeah. It's just an eyesore where we feel great about redeveloping that whole problem will you and you have if if you haven't been out there yet, or if you know exactly what I'm talking, you know, that just by looking at without even stepping inside of it that it's a world class facility. And I kid you not saying that because Brad's anything, but when you see it, it's just appealing. It's aesthetically pleasing it helps that area brook park, as we know for us west siders, kind of it has its moments and for those that aren't from the area we are right next to Cleveland Hopkins. Air, right. I mean, it's hotter. Skipping a jump away from easy to get. Yes. And you see as I met you cannot miss an opera park road whichever way. You can get there. You will not miss it. There's a huge sign out there that has a boss racing out. There looks like a warehouse. But to me, you know, what it feels like to me like a NASCAR shop like whether it's row or Hendrick or something. Just looks like that like there's more going on in there. I appreciate your saying that we, you know for us growing up in racing having a clean brightly lit race. Shop was always really important. And that's exactly the way that we designed the building is to look like a high end professional race shop that you can come on in and started work on something do forty mile an hour indoors. I mean, what what better reiterate that passage? Did you say you're going to be doing about forty mile an hour indoors? It's it's pretty crazy. They're the real deal. And once you go in and first of all when you walk in as Brad mentioned, it's clean. It's almost meticulous. In a way. I I've been in their on off hours, and when it's off hours people were cleaning. So our team is great. Yes. Jim will appreciate that myong-chol. Jim. He takes he he he spent a lot of time. Yes. He does. Yes. I've I've met a few times uncle, Jim. How are you? But when you get to the counter, it's almost like your checking in to an airport almost got all the computers up there. But the the difference between your employees and airport employees that yours are very nice and very cordial. They're not mad at you. They're welcoming you into the facility, but you get up there. And then it's go time from that point. Like, that's where this whole thing starts to come together for how. You're not just going to raise go-carts your inferno experience. That's what separates you from any other place that I've been not only here in Cleveland, but just around some of the other stops I've been Charlotte. Has one that's very similar to you guys. Another you've worked with a victory lane. I think and if you wanna know why I'm so high in this place because victory lane down in Charlotte's were all the big boys. Go your NASCAR drivers your extended driver's truck. Drivers, they go there for fun, and Brad and Lee his partner in this have emulated that up here in Cleveland. It's phenomenal. Cleland has a long history of racing people think of Charlotte or Indianapolis as racing hubs. But you know, Cleveland was built on the automotive industry. And. Car racing. Whether it was Nelson ledges out in geography county or middle high. Oh, or the Cleveland grand prix, which we also much would love to have come back. I mean, that's how that's how I grew up with standing at the racetrack and experiencing the speed and the joy of cars, and our entire family grew up as has car people, and that's a rich history here in Cleveland, and we're we just feel blessed to to kind of tap into that and bring that back to Cleveland in a way that people can experience has haven't had the opportunity to experience it in Cleveland for for a number of years were with Brad copley's cone, owner of boss pro cart racing out by the airport. Brad talk about the actual racing history. That you and Lee have that really not not only set you up as business people because I think that's something that a lot of newbies. A call him that in the racing industry. It's not just racing. You learn so many aspects of the business standpoint because you're looking. For sponsorships. You got a fuel those cars, you got you. Gotta do everything to get people out there your promotions, you're marketing everything like that is kind of a I hate using this term, but the one stop shop for all these different intangibles that you need to learn once you get out of that you've developed that. But how did you guys go through to get to this point? Well, you know, as I said, we we grow up in a family who loved cars anything that had four wheels in a motor. We were in. And it didn't really matter what type of competition whether it's drag racing oval track. Or road course racing were is just a great car show. We love to be around into work on and to be a part of cars and the automotive industry. I think in that standpoint were a lot like so many other families within the northeast Ohio area. We're just passionate about our cars and Lee actually started racing. Go karts, we built his first go kart. When he was four and got him into racing. And he went on to have a lot of success in nationally in go karts. And we did some road course racing in SCC a and some dirt track and asphalt oval racing with Usak. Both winged. Non wing sprint cars, which a lot of folks in the area will will know in some super modified racing. But as you said racing is is just like any other sport nowadays. It's a it's a difficult financial sport. You have to you have to have the money. Backing it. And we're.
"west siders" Discussed on WJR 760
"Beginning I mean some have been in, line for hours it was about seven o'clock in, the morning eight o'clock. Some folks were were in line they were dancing they were, playing Aretha tunes is outside at, least somewhat of a festive atmosphere of. Celebration of this amazing life festive might. Be a little insensitive guy but people. Are there for one reason and they're they're there to show there are ESP e c t for their favorite Detroit singer and. People will talk one another they'll they'll shoot the breeze total strangers. Just it's almost like the dream cruise people just have one thing in common they're here to see Aretha pay their love and. Respects people will trade stories what. The first time that they heard. A song when was the first time they went to one of her concerts did you realize how good. She sounds in her seventies and it's just all these little anecdotal stories that go back and. Forth it's it's almost like a a Little. Woodstock in that everyday Detroiters and everyday people from all over are. Sharing their stories well and it's something that we all share everybody has an Aretha story just like in she helped to fill. In the soundtrack of our lives As you talk to folks and I didn't mean to be insensitive with the term festive I just. Saw people dancing in the background of of a channel four live shot. Which I found interesting because we, talk about a celebration of life in her music does inspire that in, terms, of the the. Distance that people have come talk we heard from a lady in one of your reports from Las, Vegas tell. Me about some some folks and are they Detroiters who've come home or are these people ciders west siders downriver the suburbs everybody is here and in a couple of there was one gentleman I spoke, to earlier from Chicago Andre. Robinson I think his name was he left at two or three o'clock in the morning, drove, straight, through, as. One of the first ones in line stood in line for three hours dressed to the nines and he, paid his respects he got back in. His car and he left there were a, bus full from Chicago Gary Indiana Minneapolis Minnesota some lady From the twin cities. Wanted no hey where's their good place to eat where's the renaissance center Austin Texas, New Orleans Florida you name it just about everybody is here does do one thing and that say goodbye to their beloved singer Aretha Franklin now is is music. A part of this experience when when you go in or is it. Quiet and contemplative and our folks, saying prayers in are they are they grief-stricken or is this more of, just, a communal feeling. Of of look we were lucky to have her in our lives when I went through earlier this, afternoon it. Took me fifteen minutes to stand in line pay my final respects and leave you walk inside there is that silence but in the background you could hear her gospel recordings and it even led to, a little skin crawling if. You will people were just they just are an author mouser gape looking at this they'll, be, the, sign, of. The cross Somebody's saying a quick prayer but nobody can. Stop there pretty much keeping the line, moving and there were no, taper quarters there are no photographs just your chance, to, say, Hello and goodbye to the Queen? Of soul so help? For, those, that are, thinking. About coming down there how long will the viewing take place and I know that they're trying to encourage people. To to rideshare carpool, do something because we know the traffic down there has got to be a challenge yeah right now I'm looking out the window at, John iron? Warren there's three lanes of traffic all stop and go and here on the westbound, lanes there's three lanes of traffic stop and go. If you can get here park someplace, and walk or take a bus take the people, mover take the the queue line here it's not that far of a. Walk from Woodward and, you know the line by the way starts in the front of the museum wraps. All the way. Around to brush street so you may wait a little while but from, this reporter's opinion it moves quickly and It is worth the trip I know it's a hot day out there is there some shade for folks. Especially older folks that wanna pay their, respects I don't.
"west siders" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster
"That's the west side and that's where took easy in his circle of guys come into play and you have to also mention a guy named on a largely because donald archie actually brought took to the neighborhood we often talk about turkey because he's the one that ended up on death row he wrote the children's books e was nominated for peace prize but there's a whole lot of other west siders that were just as instrumental took was just not as known so then raymond comes to the west side and tells these guys we you're going to become westside crips they have a meeting at theatre a movie theater on western and then nineteen seventy one the all the cats on the west side including took decide we're going to be west side crips the eastside crips were already stabbed around late sixty nine nineteen seventy and seventy one you got the west side now becoming crips so who is the founder of the of the anti crimen which ended up becoming the bloods that's a very difficult question to answer because during this period when raymond started the eastside crips and was instrumental in the west side crips there were a lot of other neighborhoods starting at the same time that we're not crips so around the same time you got some dudes incompetent starting to ruse you have a t rogers over in the west adams area starting to black piece stones the denver lanes starting at this time these names are all gangs have become bloods but at the time they were just independent streak so you have also you had just mentioned the denver lanes you had the pyros and then you had the brims so all around nineteen seventy you know there's about five or six other gangs that are not crips and eventually raymond went to all those neighborhoods to try to convert them in the crips what was his from your studies what do you think his incentive i'm not yeah wh what was his his mission statement what was his goal to for recruitment like what was he trying to do recruitment.